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Roast of President Ralph Boyajian

Here is a Smilebox of the Royal Roast and Last Harrah of Ralph Boyajian's Rotary Year!  Spoiler Alert: Ralph was voted in as the newest member of the NFR Past President's Club!  You made it, Ralph!  Congratulations on a tremendous year!

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Roast of President Scott Lowe
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Craft Talk Hagop Bedoyan

Hagop Bedoyan’s Rotary Craft Talk 5/25/17

I have been a bankruptcy attorney for 30 years and have been a partner with Klein DeNatale Goldner (“KDG”) since 2009.  KDG is a Bakersfield based, full-service business law firm with three offices and approx. 35 attorneys. I am the partner in charge of the Fresno office.

June Board Meeting 2017
President Paul Gibson A fast paced look at our NFR year through the stories of our Board members and Committee Members. The Presentation of the Huntsman Award and a call for "all hands on deck" for our July 8th Run for Humanity and Pancake Breakfast.
Craft Talk Michael (Mike) Grannis

Michael (Mike) Grannis is an extremely active leader at North Fresno Rotary and within our community.  Mike is from the East Bay and a graduate of San Diego State and his professional experience allowed him to live in several different states.  Mike has also traveled to over 40 states.

America the Beautiful lead by Deborah McHenry Christiansen

May 2017
Deborah leads North Fresno Rotary Club in America the Beautiful
Deborah McHenry Christiansen Pinnacle Auto Brokers
North Fresno Rotary President 2013-14

Jay Rosenlieb North Korea and International Relations One of the hottest issues in international relations at this time is North Korea and its interaction with the rest of the world. This program will present an inside view into the "Hermit Kingdom" through the eyes of San Joaquin Valley attorney Jay L. Rosenlieb
Ofelia Gonzalez Central Valley Children’s Network At Children’s Services Network staff works everyday towards the mission of “Improving the quality of care for children of the Central Valley.” Children’s Services Network provides the necessary support, education and linkage of community resources to advocate for high quality care for all children.
Christa Short Terry's House When a critically ill or injured patient arrives at Community Regional Medical Center, family is usually close behind. Terry’s House, located directly across the street from Community Regional in downtown Fresno, is a home-away-from-home for families of critically ill patients. Built in 2011 and funded solely on donations, Terry’s House is a place where families can eat, sleep and recharge while waiting to bring their loved one home.